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27/09/2021

 

Hoje vamos ver o Mod mais diferenciado que existe! Redes Sociais da Smoke Vapor: instagram.com/smokevapor_ facebook.com/smokevapor

Fonte: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p77Wm7RrxU8

 

15/09/2021

Durante anos, a indústria do tabaco entrou em nossas vidas, divulgando mentiras sobre os riscos de seus produtos e mirando países de baixa e média renda, negros, indígenas, pessoas de cor e jovens em todo o mundo. Você não precisa ser usuário de tabaco para ser afetado pelas táticas insidiosas da indústria. As empresas de tabaco usam equipes de lobistas, escondidas da visão pública, para persuadir os tomadores de decisão a estabelecer políticas que ajudam os lucros da indústria, mas prejudicam a saúde pública. Elas até foram acusadas de suborno e violações dos direitos humanos—qualquer coisa para manter seu mercado intacto.

Referência

O QUE você não sabe está nos matando: Você não precisa fumar para ser afetado pela indústria do tabaco. STOP, [s.l.], 15 set. 2021. Disponível em: https://exposetobacco.org/pt/wydkiku/. Acesso em: 15 set. 2021.

 

14/09/2021

June 5th, 2021, is World Environment Day. According to UNEP, we are the generation that can make peace with nature. As the world struggles with the worse pandemic ever, several discussions around environmental aspects linked to the surge of pandemics have emerged. According to an IPBES report released in October 2020, future pandemics will emerge more often, spread more rapidly, do more damage to the world economy and kill more people than COVID-19 unless there is a transformative change in the global approach to dealing with infectious diseases. The same human activities that drive climate change and biodiversity loss also drive pandemic risk through their impacts on our environment. Changes in the way we use land; the expansion and intensification of agriculture; and unsustainable trade, production and consumption disrupt nature and increase contact between wildlife, livestock, pathogens and people. According to the UN Secretary General, there is a framework for action – the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Paris Agreement on Climate Change. A number of reports have followed. A report commissioned by the WHO FCTC Secretariat in 2019, concludes that tobacco’s environmental footprint, together with its negative health, social and economic implications, make it incompatible with the global sustainable development agenda, in particular SDGs 12 – responsible consumption and production, 13 – climate action, 14 – life under water, and 15 life on land. The report also describes several ways tobacco harms the environment: global cultivation of tobacco requires substantial land use, water consumption, pesticides and labour – all finite resources that could be put to better use. Harmful impacts include deforestation leading to climate change; water and soil depletion; human toxicity; ecosystem eutrophication; and acidification. Processing, the curing of tobacco leaves to produce dry tobacco, is highly energy intensive with use of coal or wood contributing to greenhouse gas emission and deforestation. Additional inputs and waste production occur with the transport and manufacture of cigarettes as well as their final use and disposal. Cigarette buts and the ENDS/HTPs batteries and devices are additional examples that show how the environment can be devastated by a product that roughly kills one in every two consumers. A product that is totally unnecessary to human beings. A product that is produced by an industry that uses child labor to make their profits, misleads the public with new generation products as a cessation panacea that keeps their consumers addicted to nicotine while enticing young generations, buys science and lobbies policy makers, decision makers and legislators. And, at the same time promotes itself as a supporter to human rights and the environment. Finally, in a world facing enormous pressures on natural resources, tobacco competes with valuable commodities that are essential for humanity and adds significant pressures on the health of our planet and its most vulnerable inhabitants. In the name of the present and future generations, we must do something about it. The WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) addresses the environmental concerns regarding tobacco in Article 18, which states that: “In carrying out their obligations under this Convention, the Parties agree to have due regard to the protection of the environment and the health of persons in relation to the environment in respect to tobacco cultivation and manufacture within their respective territories.” According to an article published by Thomas Novotny & al, our interviewee of today, the environmental lifecycle of tobacco can be roughly divided into four stages: (i) tobacco growing and curing; (ii) product manufacturing and distribution; (iii) product consumption; and (iv) post-consumption waste. Thomas Novotny is the invitee from CETAB/FIOCRUZ and CICCGT in commemoration of World Environment Day, 5th June 2021. He is well known in the global public health community for his research in the tobacco control field. Dr Novotny has studied extensively the environmental impact of the tobacco value chain and will share with us some insights about the topic.

Fonte: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APlB3Oxgl9E&t=388s

 

28/08/2021

PALESTRANTE: MARCOS EDUARDO M. PASCHOAL - DOUTOR EM CIÊNCIAS IBCCF/UFRJ E COORDENADOR DO NETT IDT/HUCFF

Fonte: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bjJRRTN7n9w

 

13/08/2021

 

Neste dia 13/08 às 20h a DIRETA faz seu lançamento oficial ao vivo para a sociedade, apresenta sua diretoria e responde a perguntas. A DIRETA - Diretório de Informações Sobre os Danos do Tabagismo é uma organização associativa sem fins lucrativos que atua na área da Redução de Danos.

Fonte: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jNkxfQ3eJE

 

24/06/2021

Gigante cultiva no Brasil para alimentar o mercado chinês – maior do mundo. Mas voa abaixo do radar das autoridades brasileiras. É assim que o Brasil produz o fumo da China Tabacos, maior fabricante de cigarros do mundo.

Fonte: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=209705154358103

 

07/06/2021

 

O centro de conhecimento para os artigos 17 e 18 da FCTC - OMS, sediado no Centro de Estudos sobre Tabaco e Saúde - CETAB, produziu um vídeo com a participação de Vera da Costa e Silva, consultora do Cetab, Thomas Novotny da Universidade de San Diego e Eduardo Blanco da OMS, sobre alguns aspectos do tabaco e o meio ambiente em celebração do dia Mundial do Meio Ambiente comemorado no dia 05 de junho.

Fonte: https://youtu.be/APlB3Oxgl9E

 

19/04/2021

Palestra da Afubra sobre Agricultura familiar: diversificação, produção e renda.

Fonte: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aTE1vyqkQrU

 

21/03/2021

A ministra da Agricultura Tereza Cristina parabeniza a Afubra pelos 65 anos, completados no sábado, 21 de março.

Fonte: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8Wcv3YkTNA

 

10/12/2020

 Vídeo da Ministra da MAPA sobre os 65 anos da Afubra

 

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